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Succulent pot. Photo: Stella Harasek. See more: www.stellaharasek.com.

Succulent pot. Photo: Stella Harasek. See more: www.stellaharasek.com.

Puksipuu on harmonisen kaunis näissä Artwoodin rottinkikoreissa - soveltuvat toki myös säilytykseen.

Puksipuu on harmonisen kaunis näissä Artwoodin rottinkikoreissa - soveltuvat toki myös säilytykseen.

How To: Throw a Terrarium Party — The Note Passer

How To: Throw a Terrarium Party

How To: Throw a Terrarium Party — The Note Passer

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Tree Stump Planter: This gorgeous planter ($6) is crafted from a tree stump made from fallen trees and has a Tillandsia air plant living in it.

Tree-Stump Planter

Tree Stump Planter: This gorgeous planter ($6) is crafted from a tree stump made from fallen trees and has a Tillandsia air plant living in it.

mugs, jars - rennes

mugs, jars - rennes

Step 1. Choose an open or closed glass container of some sort.Step 2. Cover the bottom with an inch-thick layer of pebbles or rocks to create a false drainage system for the plant roots.Step 3. Add a thin layer of activated charcoal keeps the water fresh, and prevent mold and bacteria from building up.Step 4. Add a layer of potting soil. They also make a special mix if you choose to use cacti and succulents instead of moss and ferns.Step 5. Place plants in the terrarium, starting with the…

21 Simple Ideas For Adorable DIY Terrariums

Step 1. Choose an open or closed glass container of some sort.Step 2. Cover the bottom with an inch-thick layer of pebbles or rocks to create a false drainage system for the plant roots.Step 3. Add a thin layer of activated charcoal keeps the water fresh, and prevent mold and bacteria from building up.Step 4. Add a layer of potting soil. They also make a special mix if you choose to use cacti and succulents instead of moss and ferns.Step 5. Place plants in the terrarium, starting with the…

<3....so cute

<3....so cute

Takeshi Omura Ceramics

Takeshi Omura Ceramics

Byron Temple (American: 1932-2002) - Covered and Tied Box, 1998 - Stoneware

Byron Temple (American: 1932-2002) - Covered and Tied Box, 1998 - Stoneware

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